Eduardo Saucedo
Economy and Finance
Advocate for excellence in my lessons and inspire students to become leaders in their professional field

He has been a researcher in the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas (2009-2011) and has collaborated as Alternate Director in the Automotive Industry in the Sub Secretariat of Industry and Commerce (2001-2004) in the Secretariat of Economy of the Federal Government. Additionally, he has served as a financial analyst in General Motors Acceptance Corporation (GMAC).

Currently, he is a member of the National System of Researchers of CONACYT as well as the American Economic Hispanic Association, and the Western Social Science Association.

In addition to his teaching activities in EGADE Business School, he has served as professor in The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (2012-2016), in the New Mexico State University (2009-2011), as well as in the University of Houston and the University of Cincinnati.

    • Ph.D. Economic Development
      New Mexico State University
    • Master in Economics
      University of Houston
    • Master in Applied Economics
      University of Cincinnati
  1. "Violence in Mexico and its Effects on Labor Productivity” (With André Varella Mollick; and René Cabral). The Annals of Regional Science, Volume 56, Issue 2, pp. 317-339, January 2016
  2. “The Impact of Maquiladoras on U.S. Border Cities”. (with Roberto Coronado, Robert W. Gilmer and Jesus Canas). Growth and Change, Volume 44, Issue 3, pp. 415–442, September 2013
  3. “Emulation and State by State Variations in Bankruptcy Rates”. (with Richard Adkisson). Journal of Socio-Economics, Volume 41, Issue 4, pp.400-407, August 2012
  4. “Voting for President in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region”. (with Richard V. Adkisson). The Social Science Journal, Volume 48, Issue 2, pp.273-282, July 2011
  5. “Merchandise Exports and Job Quality, Evidence from the States”. (with Richard V. Adkisson). Economic Development Quarterly, Volume 24, Issue 3, pp.231-242, August 2010